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Power outage Monday

Icy conditions Sunday night caused a transformer on Utah Avenue across from the federal farm agency offices to catch

April blizzard brings 6 inches of snow

Just as we were seeing brown lawns and black fields, just as a hint of spring was appearing, 6 inches of snow blanket

City gets input on proposed dike

By Reed Anfinson, Editor, Publisher

Hospital Foundation’s Emerald Eve Friday

by Reed Anfinson, Editor, Publisher

On the Road with the Benson Bakery

KSTP On the Road host Jason Davis was in Benson last week to do a story on the 80th year of the Johannessen family se

School looks at $650,000 in cuts

By Reed Anfinson
$650,735 In Proposed Cuts
2013-14 school year

Win District 5 VFW contests

by John Fragodt, Monitor-News Staff

Easter Egg Hunt March 30; First Evangelical Free Church to sponsor

First Evangelical Free Church;
Easter Egg Hunt March 30

Serious injuries in Sunday head on crash

Icy-road conditions Sunday night may have led to a head-on collision on Highway 29, about four miles north of Glenwoo

Federal government sequester could cost county about $250,000

If all the cuts required by the federal government’s sequester impasse are eventually implemented, it could mean the

Snow days piling up; school now extended to June 6

When that first snow day of the school year comes, students are generally happy they can sleep in, then spend the day

City of Benson needs volunteers

A few good citizens willing to give as little as one hour a month to make the City of Benson a better place to live a

Benson schools closed; icy conditions hinder travel

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for our area.

Saturday mail could end this August

Losing Saturday mail won’t have a big impact on most individuals and businesses in the communities.

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